I have a bunch of treefrogs living in my composter. I love the treefrogs, but have a few concerns about them being in there over the winter. First, because winter's coming along, I want to put a composting accelerant into the compost. Will this kill the treefrogs? I personally don't see why it would, but what do I know? Second, has anyone else ever had treefrogs in their compost? Will the treefrogs in th compost ever really hibernate or will they stay "froggy" all winter, with the help of the heat from the composter? Do I need to do anything to keep them from kicking the bucket? The only place on my property I'm finding treefrogs right now is in the composter (with the exception of a few on the front deck). So I'm assuming all the other treefrogs have gone into hibernation because I have them everywhere until they go away for the winter. ?? I love my treefrogs and would appreciate any input on how to keep the ones in the composter healthy and safe over the winter.